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The Lady in White

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The Lady in White
Directed byMario Mattoli
Produced byAngelo Besozzi
Written byAldo De Benedetti
Guglielmo Zorzi
StarringElsa Merlini
Nino Besozzi
Enrico Viarisio
Music byTito Petralia
CinematographyArturo Gallea
Edited byFernando Tropea
Production
company
Aurora Film
Distributed byIndustrie Cinematografiche Italiane
Release date
  • 22 December 1938 (1938-12-22)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

The Lady in White (Italian: La dama bianca) is a 1938 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Elsa Merlini, Nino Besozzi and Enrico Viarisio.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Piero Filippone. It was shot at the Farnesina Studios of Titanus in Rome.

Cast

  • Elsa Merlini as Marina Gualandi
  • Nino Besozzi as Giulio Gualandi
  • Enrico Viarisio as Savelli
  • Vincenzo Scarpetta as Virgilio Ottolano
  • Arnaldo Martelli as Francesco
  • Paolo Stoppa as Il direttore dell'hotel a Cervinia
  • Ada Cristina Almirante as Isabella Schetti Marazzani
  • Giuliana Gianni as Ginevra
  • Ivana Claar as Corinna
  • Aristide Baghetti as Il medico
  • Fanny Marchio as La signora al vagone ristorante
  • Giovanna Galletti as Un'amica di Ginevra
  • Lisl Ander as Gianna
  • Checco Rissone as L'autista del pullman a Cervinia
  • Alba Ferrarotti as Gina
  • Franca Volpini as Una cameriera

References

  1. ^ Clarke & Doel p.37

Bibliography

  • Clarke, David B. & Doel, Marcus A. Moving Pictures/Stopping Places: Hotels and Motels on Film. Lexington Books, 2009.

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